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Title: La pervivencia de las heroínas griegas en el teatro argentino contemporáneo: una revisión del mito de Electra
Authors: Bravo de Laguna Romero, Francisco J. 
Oliva Cruz, Juan Ignacio
UNESCO Clasification: 6202 Teoría, análisis y crítica literarias
Issue Date: 1999
Journal: Myrtia 
Abstract: Le present article continue l'étude du symbolisme de l'horloge dans la littérature néo-latine, sujet abordé par l'auteur dans un travail anterieur à propos des épigrammes de G. Amalteo (Myrtia 13, 1998) qui developpent le motif de l'horloge et les cendres de l'amoureux. Maintenant nous étudions deux oeuvres du XVII siècle, les poémes du pape Alexandre VII, publiés sous le pseudonyme Philomathus , et la collection d'épigrammes de Giambattista Bargiocchi.
The aim of this study is to present the structures, topics and resources taken fiom the Greek dramatic tradition by modem playwrights. We have payed special attention on the importarice of Greek heroines in such drarnatic tradition, specially the case of Electra, the only one dealt writen by the three main Greek playwrights. This same topic of Elecira have been raised again by another set of three Argentinian playwrights: Sergio de Cecco in El reñidero, Ricardo Monti in La oscuridad de la razón and Javier Roberto González in La declaración de Electra.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/59398
ISSN: 0213-7674
Source: Myrtia: Revista de filología clásica [ISSN 0213-7674] (14), p. 201-218
URL: http://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/articulo?codigo=116647
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